A socialist mayor whose town voted for far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the first round of France’s presidential election says he’s considering resigning because he doesn’t want to “dedicate” his life to “assholes.” Daniel Delomez,...Show More Summary
The easy answer, of course, is they’re on the side of the socialist dictatorship. These morons parade around America every week with some delusional romantic nostalgia about recreating the 1960s, when in reality they haven’t got a clue what a … Continued
Socialist candidate Benoîit Hamon has been knocked out of the race to become France's president after securing just 6.2 percent of the vote in the first round of the elections. With the exception of 2002, it's the first time since 1969 that the party is not in the run-off. Show More Summary
Instead of rehashing debates on Bernie or Clinton or whatever other leader, I’d rather focus on the state of progressive organizing at the grassroots that can ideally produce the political strength to elect whatever leader we want in...Show More Summary
We all knew it was coming and now it has finally been confirmed that the Senate's favorite Socialist will introduce legislation later this week calling for a $15 federal minimum wage. The pending release of the bill was confirmed earlier today by Bloomberg's Josh Eidelson. Show More Summary
The socialist mayor of Annezin is threatening to quit after far-right candidate Marine Le Pen won the plurality of votes in his town located in the north of France. His reason? He doesn’t want to represent “assholes.” According to The Week, Mayor Daniel Delomez is upset that...
The results of the first round of the French election on Sunday were, to be sure, a rebuke of the country’s political elite. For the first time ever, neither of France’s two main political parties, the center-left Socialists and the center-right Republicans, will have a candidate in the second round runoff. Show More Summary
Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen’s advance to the second round of the French presidential elections, and the stinging defeats of both the centre-right Les Républicains party and the centre-left Socialists, pose a new threat to France.
Yesterday, France had the first round of its presidential election. The top two candidates who advanced to the runoff were the National Front's...
The socialist Venezuelan government-owned oil firm, Citgo, donated $500,000 to help cover the costs of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. It called Venezuela’s spending into question under Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Chavez’s protege, as people are starving and the country’s cash reserves are dwindling quickly.
UNEXPECTEDLY! Venezuela’s socialist hell. Venezuela cannot wake up from its socialist nightmare. The Venezuelan opposition just staged a massive protest against the government, which the government repressed with military force, leading to at least three deaths, The New York Times reports. Show More Summary
Politicians from the defeated Socialist and Republicans parties called for a vote for Emmanuel Macron to block the National Front's Marine Le Pen in the second round of France's presidential election, following a first round that saw the mainstream parties squeezed out of the runoff. Show More Summary
Venezuela’s socialist government has whittled down the country’s cash reserves from $20 billion down to $10 billion this year, while it needs $6 billion to pay off its debt. If Venezuela cannot pay them off, scarce resources like food will become even more scarce. Looks like socialism in Venezuela under Hugo Chavez’s protege, Nicolas Maduro, is […]
The Latest on the French election (all times local): 8:40 a.m. Former French Manuel Valls says the defeated Socialist Party is self-destructing and has to look forward to rebuild. Valls … Click to Continue »
France's beleaguered Socialist party suffered a severe and demoralising defeat in the first round of the French presidential election Sunday, a result that could spell disaster for the century-old party, according to analysts.
THIS IS MY SHOCKED FACE: Socialist Death Squads Rule Venezuela.
The candidates of the two major parties, Parti Socialist (PS) and Les Republicaines (LR), both immediately called on supporters to vote against Le Pen. Francois Fillon called Le Pen "an extremist." Had the 100%-tax-on-the-rich Melenchon faced off against Le Pen,...
(John Hinderaker) That isn’t quite how the New York Times puts it, of course. In fact, the words “socialist” and “socialism” never appear in its otherwise unsparing account. But Venezuela under Chavez and Maduro illustrates the inevitable arc of socialism, from parasitism to gangster rule. Show More Summary
Squeezed by Jean-Luc Mélenchon on one side and Emmanuel Macron on the other, the presidential contest could mean destruction for the Socialist party French voters g o to the polls on Sunday in the first round of a presidential election...Show More Summary
The Progressive Socialist Party MP Ghazi Aridi proposed on Saturday a new electoral law that blends on equal basis the majoritarian and proportional representation voting systems. In a press conference Aridi reveled the details of the proposal stressing PSP’s keen interest on agreeing on new law to help the elections be held on time. The […]